Grey upper surface, white underneath, thin structure.
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No interactions present.
www.plantlife.org.uk/uploads/documents/Ear-lobed Dog Lichen mgt guide FINAL PDF.pdf
has further information. Thank you for this interesting observation.
It seems I was wrong - sorry!
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I will look up this link. Thanks for mentioning it. All the best.
Actually the link does have some good photographs of Peltigera membranacea and is well worth looking at, though it is mainly about P. lepidophora, which maintains a rather uncertain existence in Britain on a single riverside rock-ledge.
It is one of several good lichen summaries produced by Plantlife.
Unfortunately the link is not working correctly, so the full link needs to be copied and pasted.
I think this works!
this works fine. I have had a look and saved the info.
I tried this link, very interesting, thank you.
Lat/Lng: 54.8933, -2.08392
OS grid ref: NY947553
On shaded grass adjacent to conifer woodland.